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HP Prime G2 program display output size

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Hello, I have an HP prime g2, and I am trying to set up a linear solver. (The included app doesnt do matricies large enough for my needs.)  I downloaded and modified a program which does gaussian elimination to return a matrix in RREF. However, the size of the output box in the GUI limits how much data can be displayed. If I try to reduce a matrix larger than 4x5, the whole matrix is not shown, so I am not able to see the rest of the values. I would like for me to be able to see the entire matrix, or maybe write the reduced matrix to a file where I can view the entire thing. Is this possible? 

 

Thank you in advance for your help

 

-anisaw

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Hello,

 

They are lots of solutions for you here...

1: reduce the font size (in the settings 2nd page if I remember well) to see more of the matrix

2: Use the "show" option. select the matrix result in the display and press on the "show" in the menu

3: the matrix editor is a good place to start. save your matrix in a matrix variable (M0 to M9) and look at it in the editor (shift matrix)

4: send the matrix to the PC and then look at it in the matrix editor there.

 

Hope this helps.

Cyrille

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